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Mac DeMarco – Salad Days // Album Review

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Cadet – The Rated Legend // Album Review

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Stearica – Fertile // Album Review

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Indian Wells – Where The World Ends // Album Review

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Lydia Ainsworth – Phantom Forest // Album Review

Phantom Forest is her most sonically taut yet – one for listeners seeking evened plains – a concept record about humanity’s disregard for nature that’s set to a crisp, synth-pop soundtrack.

Dim Peaks – Time of Joy // Album Review

In these Rayna James inspired times - with flannel shirts and broad Texan accents firmly back on the agenda - a re-imagining of what we once, half-embarrassed, called Alt.Country seems way overdue.

TR/ST – The Destroyer 2 // Album Review

Musical direction differs from that of his past, but by incorporating raw, truthful elements into his music, Alfons has created an inspiring record – and his most consistent to date.

John Maus – Screen Memories // Album Review

Like with all Maus albums it feels as if you are seeing a vast, dystopic cityscape in the reflection of a river, so that nothing is distinct but all is more beautiful for it.

Animals as Leaders – The Madness of Many // Album Review

The Madness of Many is another technically-bewildering slab of djent from Animals As Leaders.

Eagulls – Ullages // Album Review

On Ullages, Eagulls have tapped into an incredible knack for making the dreary sound delightfully dreamy

The Charlatans – Modern Nature // Album Review

With their finest collection since 1996’s Telling Stories, The Charlatans can celebrate their survival instincts.

Eagulls – Eagulls // Album Review

A big ‘fuck you’ to society. Frankly, this is one of the most stirring albums I've listened to for a long time.

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